Tag: music review

Five Records to Eat Before Lunch

The only real difference between the pretentious, holier than thou reviews past and this one is the fact that I’ve thread the eye of the needle with a narrative. Take that out and you’re still left with a smattering of poorly placed furniture in a room that only I could find comfortable and therein lies the essence and structure of any artistic evaluation.

Who Is LP?

A girl walks into a concert venue. No, this isn’t the start of a joke. It’s the start of a lot of my favourite nights and the start of the story of when I first laid ears on LP. LP…

A Band of Horses, minus the Horses

Having been to a lot of shows, this was a different experience for me. Instead of a launch of a new album, the guys played a mix of their albums and songs with new acoustic twists. I walked away more in love with the songs and the band than when I walked in, which was a tough feat considering they’re one of my favourites.

Band, Chvrches


You think I’m exaggerating, don’t you? But really, I’ve had the Chvrches album “The Bones of What You Believe” on repeat since I first acquired it. The band (pronounced Churches) is a Scottish synthpop group that has been around since…